43 episodes

Championing Women’s Voices is the new podcast from Natwest, presented by June Sarpong OBE. June speaks to guests from all walks of life - from business, sport, entertainment and activism to discuss strategies for success and to learn how we can inspire and support one another. We’ll be exploring issues such as imposter syndrome, mental health and overcoming adversity with some truly amazing women. 


Find out more about how NatWest supports female led businesses by searching: NatWest Women in Business online.


Championing Women's Voices is a Pixiu Production for Natwest.

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Championing Women’s Voices is the new podcast from Natwest, presented by June Sarpong OBE. June speaks to guests from all walks of life - from business, sport, entertainment and activism to discuss strategies for success and to learn how we can inspire and support one another. We’ll be exploring issues such as imposter syndrome, mental health and overcoming adversity with some truly amazing women. 


Find out more about how NatWest supports female led businesses by searching: NatWest Women in Business online.


Championing Women's Voices is a Pixiu Production for Natwest.

    Finding Your Funny

    Finding Your Funny

    This week June is joined by Lynne Parker, the chief executive of Funny Women, an organisation that inspires women to find their voice through humour and award winning comedian, Jenny Bolt. June explores how finding your funny can help in both life and business. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 33 min
    Male Allies: Their role in gender diversity

    Male Allies: Their role in gender diversity

    In this episode we flip the script to explore how the men in women’s lives can be that support network and how women can benefit from having male allies. June is joined in the studio by former coach of the England Women’s cricket team, Mark Robinson OBE and Joy Bunford, the founder of Confidence Matters, a company that inspires women to become more confident leaders. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 33 min
    Growing a business rooted in purpose with Andrea Gamson and Rachel Wang.

    Growing a business rooted in purpose with Andrea Gamson and Rachel Wang.

    This week June talks about the rise of the social enterprise and women leading the embedding of purpose in business. Her guests are Andrea Gamson - the CEO and founder of _SocialStarters, an organisation that matches UK-based business professionals with social entrepreneurs who need business support, and Rachel Wang - the co-founder of video production company Chocolate Films. They use their profits to support an outreach and workshop programme for vulnerable young people. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 33 min
    Shouting loudly: Building a female brand with Linzi Boyd and Simone Roche

    Shouting loudly: Building a female brand with Linzi Boyd and Simone Roche

    This week June talks about how to stand out from the crowd with Linzi Boyd, Founder of Business of Brand, a school that aims teach business leaders how to create a famous brand. Her other guest is founder and CEO of Northern Power Women Simone Roche, her aim is to drive gender balance in workplaces across the north of England. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 33 min
    Succeeding in male dominated environments with Grace Vella and Jane Leblond

    Succeeding in male dominated environments with Grace Vella and Jane Leblond

    This week June is joined by founder of Misskick, Grace Vella - an organisation that provides young girls from all backgrounds an opportunity to be inspired by playing football and Jane Lebond, the founder of an all female brewing company, Mothership Brewery that champions women in Craft Beer. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 23 min
    Opening up on Mental Health with Poorna Bell and Jo Loughran

    Opening up on Mental Health with Poorna Bell and Jo Loughran

    Award-winning Mental Health Journalist, Poorna Bell and the Director of ‘Time to Change', Jo Loughran join June Sarpong in the studio to address the importance of speaking out on mental health. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 36 min

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